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Eye in the Sky Security System Using Atmel Mega32

Introduction We have used the Atmel Mega32 AVR microcontroller to construct an affordable, high end security system designed to protect valuables in a single room of a house or property. According to national surveys conducted by the department of Justice, property crimes are ten times more prevalent in the United States than violent crimes. On the Cornell campus , burglary is by far the most common form of ...

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The Big Red Guide Using Atmel AVR Mega32

If this is your first time on the Cornell Campus, you need not worry! Cause we have the best guide for you! Introduction The Cornell Campus is quite large, and finding your way around can get a bit frustrating. The Big Red Guide is a GPS receiver that displays your position on an LCD, as you move about the Cornell Community. [caption id="attachment_17107" align="aligncenter" width="320"] The Big Red Guide U ...

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Portable Security System Using ATMega 32

Introduction Consider you are in a research lab that handles highly hazardous material. You don't want anybody to enter the room, to even come close to the door. Or consider yourself doing something highly confidential in a room that you would like to know if someone is trying to get in. In all these cases, you might find that a portable security system is useful. [caption id="attachment_16413" align="align ...

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Multi-Zone Fire Alarm System Using Mega32 Microprocessor

Introduction We designed a multi-zone fire alarm system with a VT100-compatible user interface. The system is microprocessor controlled using the Mega32 microprocessor. The system communicates to the VT100-compatible user interface via a RS232 connection. A fire is detectable by a number of fire detection devices in each of as many as eight zones. High-level Design Fire alarm systems in commercial, industri ...

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Security Entrance System

Overview: Our security system is a stand alone device that allows access to registered users identified by their magnetic cards.(For this project, "access" is represented by a lit LED, showing how the system could be used to control an external locking mechanism.)The system includes features such as: Multiple accounts, including Administrator accounts (which can create, modify, or delete the other accounts) ...

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Clifford Systems JI1000 Car Alarm System

Introduction The design philosophy behind the JI1000 is a simple, yet powerful microcontroller based mobile security system. At the heart of the JI1000 is the Atmel AT90S4414 8-bit RISC microcontroller. We used the 4414 for this design because a microcontroller is well-suited for a security system. The basic control functions for our system include monitoring inputs (such as sensors, push buttons, etc) and ...

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RFID security system using ATmega32 microcontroller

Introduction and Motivations: For our final project, we designed and built (and exhaustively tested) an RFID-based proximity security system for use with Cornell Identification cards, which have been RFID-embedded since fall of 2003. The idea for this project was sort of spawned from our general interest in RFID technologies and the near-simultaneous occurance of Lab 2 (Keypad Security System) and the antiq ...

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